The featured Draftkings tournament has $1,000,000 going to the best lineup and Jack Garryand The Professor have narrowed down the best plays to piece together profitable lineups.
NFL Sunday Tournament Picks
Kirk Cousins (QB)/ Justin Jefferson (WR)/ Cooper Kupp (WR)
Josh Allen (QB)/ Stephon Diggs (WR)/ Jakobi Meyers (WR)
Derek Carr (QB)
Joe Burrow (QB)
Jalen Hurts (QB)
Justin Herbert (QB)
Miles Sanders (RB)
Ronald Jones (RB)
Justin Jackson (RB)
Gabriel Davis (WR)
Tee Higgins (WR)
Mike Williams (WR)
Dallas Goedert (TE)
NFL Week 16 Fanduel
As usual, Fanduel has smaller buy-ins to the big tournaments so that you can compile more lineup constructions to have a chance at the top prize. The Professorand Joe Kieman broke down the best plays to put together a lineup on the top of the leaderboard.
Over at FanDuel, Bills quarterback, Josh Allen enters as this week's most expensive option costing $8,800 in DFS capital. Right behind him is Patrick Mahomes at $8,500. Is it worth it to pay up for the top-end talent? Or, is there value further down the board?
final eight teams, and DraftKings and FanDuel have loaded up the betting slate to add to the weekend's fun. This article in The Professor's Games of the Week will break down each Divisional Matchup and highlight The Professor's favorite "Divisional Specials" bet for each game on either FanDuel or DraftKings; for bettors looking to play more of those specials, The Professor will have an extra article highlighting such bets in addition to his usual Friday Props article. Spreads and totals are provided by DraftKings; Divisional Specials bets come from both DraftKings and FanDuel.
We are not here to brag on the results but rather discuss the process. We recommended that you fade players from the Raiders, Patriots, Eagles, Cowboys, Steelers, and Patriots as we thought they would be one and done. If you followed that strategy, you are likely in good standing in your playoff fantasy league as we make the turn to the divisional round.